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    Just like commander Vimes, I'm always rooting for abject failure by England, just so I can sit back and witness the backlash.

    Other than that, seeing my country's Oranje team make a complete mess of things is a secret cherish as well. Although I'd be equally satisfied with a seven-match clean sweep. Just not a bleak out-in-the-QF's-nothing-much tourney, please, 'mkay?

    I hate the idea that Brazil can get anywhere near the final with at least three players needing a Zimmer frame, so it'd be nice to see them go out against the Czechs in the second round.
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    England failures are always fun. Here's to another one

    I do like their team though. So in many ways I want them to do well, but just for some of the English people and the English media I want them to flop

    It's always fun to see Argentina choke as well.
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    Germany, France, Italy, Argentina. No particular order. I wouldn't mind Australia getting through to the last 16 then getting humiliatingly trounced - but it's unlikely because of who they're likely to face..
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    I live in Melbourne, so gotta be Italy.
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    I hope they get belted ten nil every game, and I hope they never get to a world cup final stage again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steds
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    Dismiss my ignorance, you are scottish?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jono
    I live in Melbourne, so gotta be Italy.
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    Italy and Germany

    I always find Spains demise rather amusing although in Korea it was very unfair so I wont be willing them to fail.

    I know a lot of people dislike Argentina but they play really good Football so i cant really will them to total failure. As for Brazil how could anyone dislike them?

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    Italy, Germany, Brazil and Argentina.

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